What natural space? It's just a small creek crossing.
The encroachment at that corner is excessive as it relates to the ecological, hydrological and recreational function of the creek,.
I'm not sure why Halton Conservation allowed that.........
There's a glut of stormwater ponds in the area already. You environmentalists are impossible to satisfy. And as far as being a wildlife corridor is concerned, do you really want more coyotes coming into town?
An yet you complain the area isn't urban enough. What do you expect when so much land is at a municipalities' most major crossroad is rendered untouchable for development?
I'm quite pro-development, and have no issue w/the height here, all I want is a more meaningful setback from the creek.
I'm be quite content to see condos lining the major roads here.
But setback from natural spaces.
My preferences are founded in science and math..............from whence do you get yours?
PS, I love Coyotes, and more in town seems just fine.
No I'm not trolling; I just have different ideological opinion than yours and you hate that.
And while YOU may like coyotes in your streets and parks, almost nobody else does.